Hotel Nikko New Century Beijing

Address: No.6 Southern Road Capital Gym, Beijing, 100044, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the W. 3rd Ring/w. 4th Ring area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), and Zhongshan Park.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko New Century Beijing

      Reviewed by liam.wynne.79

      Better than expected

      Reviewed Jun 10, 2012
      by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The hotel was better than I was expecting having enough facilities within the complex to cater for pretty much any Westernised visitors requirements.
      The rooms were clean and spacious even the budget ones. The wifi was only available within the lobby but there were data access points in the rooms and they supplied a connecting cable for a laptop so no complaints there.
      Drinking water was supplied and replenished daily.
      The main restaurant was pleasant and bright and service was good, there were several other restaurants but we only tried one which served traditional Chinese food and was excellent.
      On the whole would recommend this hotel to anyone vistiong Beijing.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nikko New Century Beijing

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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